Quir"i*nal (?), a. [L. Quirinals, fr. Quirinus, a name of Romulus.]

Of, pertaining to, or designating, the hill Collis Quirinalis, now Monte Quirinale (one of the seven hills of Rome), or a modern royal place situated upon it. Also used substantively.


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